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Root-Specific Expression of OsNAC10 Improves Drought Tolerance and Grain Yield in Rice under Field Drought Conditions1[W][OA]
Drought poses a serious threat to the sustainability of rice (Oryza sativa) yields in rain-fed agriculture. Here, we report the results of a functional genomics approach that identified a rice NACExpand
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The overexpression of OsNAC9 alters the root architecture of rice plants enhancing drought resistance and grain yield under field conditions.
Drought conditions limit agricultural production by preventing crops from reaching their genetically predetermined maximum yields. Here, we present the results of field evaluations of riceExpand
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OsNAC5 overexpression enlarges root diameter in rice plants leading to enhanced drought tolerance and increased grain yield in the field.
Drought conditions are among the most serious challenges to crop production worldwide. Here, we report the results of field evaluations of transgenic rice plants overexpressing OsNAC5, under theExpand
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Overexpression of the OsERF71 Transcription Factor Alters Rice Root Structure and Drought Resistance1
OsERF71 alters root structure to enhance drought resistance. Plant responses to drought stress require the regulation of transcriptional networks via drought-responsive transcription factors, whichExpand
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Oryza sativa COI Homologues Restore Jasmonate Signal Transduction in Arabidopsis coi1-1 Mutants
CORONATINE INSENSITIVE 1 (COI1) encodes an E3 ubiquitin ligase complex component that interacts with JAZ proteins and targets them for degradation in response to JA signaling. The Arabidopsis genomeExpand
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Transcriptome profiling of drought responsive noncoding RNAs and their target genes in rice
BackgroundPlant transcriptome profiling has provided a tool for understanding the mechanisms by which plants respond to stress conditions. Analysis of genome-wide transcriptome will provides a usefulExpand
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Application of two bicistronic systems involving 2A and IRES sequences to the biosynthesis of carotenoids in rice endosperm.
Coordination of multiple transgenes is essential for metabolic engineering of biosynthetic pathways. Here, we report the utilization of two bicistronic systems involving the 2A sequence from theExpand
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Posttranscriptional Control of Photosynthetic mRNA Decay under Stress Conditions Requires 3′ and 5′ Untranslated Regions and Correlates with Differential Polysome Association in Rice1[W][OA]
Abiotic stress, including drought, salinity, and temperature extremes, regulates gene expression at the transcriptional and posttranscriptional levels. Expression profiling of total messenger RNAsExpand
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Overexpression of OsERF48 causes regulation of OsCML16, a calmodulin‐like protein gene that enhances root growth and drought tolerance
Summary The AP2/ERF family is a plant‐specific transcription factor family whose members have been associated with various developmental processes and stress tolerance. Here, we functionallyExpand
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Functional analysis of six drought-inducible promoters in transgenic rice plants throughout all stages of plant growth
There are few efficient promoters for use with stress-inducible gene expression in plants, and in particular for monocotyledonous crops. Here, we report the identification of six genes, Rab21, Wsi18,Expand
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